Apple Plans to Turn your Phone in Car-Key

If the tech giant Apple has its way then with the next iOS update of 13.4, you can turn your iPhone into a car-key. Your car can be locked, unlocked and started with the help of your phone. It is proposed that the App will be active from Apple Wallet. It doesn’t end here, it can also be integrated with your iWatch.

You can also share the digital signature of the that Car-Key with someone else, allowing them to use your car. If reports are to be believed then this is in a beta phase as of now. It is unknown when the final phase would roll out.

As of now it isn’t confirmed as to with which cars will the app be integrated or with which ones it would work but rumour has it that it will definitely work great with more cars that the ones which are already existing. As of now, Hyundai has an app to control Sonata 2020 model and Volvo has its own inbuilt app which can be used only on Volvo cars.

This tech will help you remember a scene from a James Bond movie – Tomorrow Never Dies. Here is a small video on it.

Wait, there is more.

In a bid to provide convenience to its customers, Apple has reportedly started a home based repair shop, essentially meaning you would not have to run around to get you phone repaired. You just have to visit Apple’s support site and then book an appointment. As of now only Go Tech Services offer onsite repair of Apple phones.

Ofcourse this isn’t for free. On additional repair cost, there would be site visitation charges as well. Also, these services are limited to only 6 locations which include. Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco.

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